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Tom Brady’s $35 million mansion in ‘Billionaire Bunker’ nears completion

By Jake Beardslee · January 15, 2024

In brief…

  • Brady's lavish waterfront mansion in Miami's "Billionaire Bunker" nears completion
  • The 2-acre estate features a pool, spa, gym, and other luxury amenities
  • Indian Creek Island known for billionaire residents like Jeff Bezos
  • Brady retained mansion in divorce settlement as his new primary residence
  • Comes as Brady embarks on post-NFL media career and Bündchen builds her own home
Tom Brady's Indian Creek Island mansion nears completion as the quarterback settles into his post-NFL life.  Congressman Charlie Crist/Wikimedia

Former NFL quarterback Tom Brady’s lavish waterfront mansion in Miami’s exclusive Indian Creek Island, also known as “Billionaire Bunker,” is nearing completion according to new aerial images.

The sprawling estate sits across the waterway from the home of Brady’s ex-wife, supermodel Gisele Bündchen. It features a separate gym, study, a pool and spa, outdoor kitchen, gardens and a tree-lined driveway leading to a multi-car garage. The primary and guest suites have their own private terraces with waterfront views.

Brady and Bündchen purchased the 2-acre property almost three years ago through an LLC. In June 2022, the LLC took out a $35 million construction loan from JPMorgan Chase, according to The New York Post. Fontainebleau Construction initiated the build, with plans for a two-story home, security building, and other luxury amenities.

Sources say Brady is expected to move into the mansion this spring after final touches are completed. The home will be his primary residence following his divorce settlement with Bündchen, in which he retained the property.

Indian Creek Island has attracted billionaire residents like Jeff Bezos, who recently bought a $68 million property on the island. DJ David Guetta also just purchased a $69 million spec home there. The private island is known for its uber-wealthy residents and extravagant estates.

Since retiring from the NFL, Brady has remained busy with his podcast and a new role as lead analyst for Fox Sports. Meanwhile, his ex-wife Bündchen has been overseeing construction on her own waterfront home in nearby Surfside, expanding her diverse real estate portfolio following their split.